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du Jour

For the last couple of weeks I have been choosing a soup of the week and printing off the recipes for my clients. This week it as an Indonesian Coconut Vegetable Soup.  221 more words


A Promise of Patience

There’s no doubt that I had a great weekend. Todd and I sampled delicious small plates at The Stanton Social; I jogged 5.5 miles at an average pace of 11.5 minutes per mile, my longest run so far; and we walked with a friend along part of The High Line in Manhattan. 459 more words



Doing time in the waiting room.

“I hope this time she will tell us he is available now…”

The words came from young man in a white Egyptian cotton shirt, tie, black suit and black shoes burnished to a perfect sheen. 1,069 more words

A Good Family

90. Whatever families endure long, all of them do so because of four reasons, or because of several of them. What Four? They recover what is lost, repair what is decayed, eat and drink in moderation, and they put in authority a man or woman of virtue. 13 more words


Proverbs 31: Painting the Sunset

This is one of my all-time favorite chapters of the Bible. We have already seen that the characteristics of the wise are applicable to both men and women. 276 more words


Playing for Virtue: The "Virtue Economy" and Earth's Realities

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Know you’ve never been mellow, until earth’s angels cried alone, and begged for feeling of their golden love  beside you, AZ be mellow, know love respectful side, and stay up always knowing there’s nothing… 190 more words



You give but little when you give of your possessions.
It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.

Khalil Gibran (1883-1931) was a Lebanese artist, poet and writer, best known for his ecumenical approach to religious life. 327 more words